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Unread 06-09-2010, 04:00 AM   #4
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With Voxalot Basic, you are able to receive calls from other Voxalot accounts, from other VoIP accounts that support SIP address calls to sip:xxxxxx@voxalot.com or support peering via Sipbroker (SIPBroker - Login), or from VoIP Access numbers (SIPBroker - PSTN Numbers).

If the incoming calls go directly to Voicemail, there is probably something wrong with your set-up and/or registration with the Voxalot server.

Using Voxalot premium, you can receive calls in your Voxalot registered SIP device (ATA, VoIP phone, or SIP softphone), from providers that do not allow forwarding of the call to that provider account (Eg. Voiptalk - http://www.voiptalk.org) to a third party account (Eg. Voxalot). This is done by registering that provider account on the Voxalot server, and Voxalot then forwards that call to your SIP device.

By aggregating the services of multiple providers through your Voxalot account, you can optimize your cost of landline calls based on the PSTN call destination.

Please also review the information in the Wiki : Main Page - Voxalot FAQ
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